“Diane’s addition to our team is extremely beneficial to our clients,” Vicki Etherton, president of Landmark Title, said in a statement. “As we continue to grow, we are focused on serving our commercial and residential customers with knowledgeable and experienced people who can navigate the complexities of real estate transactions through title and escrow.”
Sloane will offer specific expertise with public reports, amendments, and other Arizona Department real estate developer reports as well as third-party insurance agreements and land trusts. In addition to extensive experience in the third party fiduciary field, she is well versed in Arizona Department of Real Estate statutes governing land division and commissioner rules.
Sloane began his real estate career in 1998 as a title registrar and registry clerk. Prior to joining Landmark Title, she spent 20 years with Title Security Agency as a trust and title officer.